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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 16 May 1920

. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY, MAY 16, 1920. May White Sales; Begin Tomorrow! Tomorrow morning the doors open to the White Sales of May, 1920. I I Perhaps we should call this a "white and pink sale," since there are so many handsome silk garments in flesh color as well as the usual lines of dainty cottons. 1 I Stocks for this sale were purchased long ago, when prices were much below the present-day level; and i i addition to this, many of the items I you see here advertised are selling at very close to the maker's price f ! to us. I I gs Bloomers and Drawers I Jkv n Sale SO cts. 9 Tj X ' Who would stop to make them, when we f I k ) 3& offer women's and girl's drawers and bloom- jjj evSA rs mae kest quality muslm in both i sCr r k&m (rt) pink and white? Offered in all sizes; gar- jj I l(ViVi JPt WT men ts worth to $1.25. May White Sale. 50c J I Urm UMlli Bloomers, Skirts, etc. J f M 3Mf vv ' n S&le 95 cts. I $ XtJs? 1 LJI& JSI Surely this seems like before-the...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 16 May 1920

I V 12 ' THF O-EXAMINER, SUNDAY, MAY T6, T7ZD. I OMAHA PASTORJAL OF PLAYERS, DEFENDS , I FLOCK WHEN .THEATRES ARE CRITICIZED 19 "You're Human, Parson," Says Chorus Girl Met at Depot Platform N. E. A. Staff Special. OMAHA, Neb., May 15. "Some .of the finest people in Iho world aro in the theatrical profession. Yet actors are generally cither criticised or ne-j elected." j This conviction was reached by Rev. T TCdwin Brown, when he was a cub reporter in Philadelphia; it stayed with him when he became an Episco palian clergyman and it is tho reason lhat The Billboard, a New York theat rical magazine, carried a standing ad inlting all actors and nctresscs who come to Omaha, not only to attond St. Martin's Episcopal church but to come to the pastor's home and ask him for any service ho can render and he gives his telephone number, to (make sure they will do It. "Chaplain, at Large" Rev. Mr. Brown is a chaplain of tho, Actors' church alliance, the movement that originated In the "Little C...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 16 May 1920

THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY, MAY 16, 192k 73 . 'H late news in the world of sport OGDEN WINNER I IN FIRST I GAME Locals Play Speedy Game .at H Brigham City and Return J With 9-8 Victory B WASATCH LEAGUE. Club W. L. Pet. Ogden 1 0 1.000 Layton 1 0 1.000 Tremonton-Garland .... 1 0 1.000 Brigham City 0 1 .000 Bountiful 0 1 .000 Honeyville ... 0 1. .000 . Yesterday's Results. Ogden 9, Brigham City 8. Honeyville 4, Tremonton-Garland 5. , 4 Layton 6, Bountiful 3. ! BRIGHAM CITY, May 15. In the opening gamo of the 1020 season of the "Wasatch league here today tho Ogden club managed to sneak over a 9 to S victory on the locals. Tho game was attended by the largest crowd' that ever attended a contest here and the fans wero on their toes throughout. Heywood and Lockwood worked on the slab for the winners and held the Jocals to ten hits. Keller twirled tho entire game for Brigham City. In n long distance hitting Morgan, Van, Owens, Buttcrflcld and Wesslcr star jAf red. JT' One double p...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 16 May 1920

I sunday, may l6, ,m gtyg jlait5arb-1ExamttI1 E . A Most Ueiisual Sale I I I MONDAY and TUESDAY j 1 Now is the time to choose from our 1 entire stock of beautiful spring dresses I that have so tempted you before at regu- j I Jar prices they will be simply irresistible I now. i I 1 Don't allow this opportunity to pass, 3 I 1 for we cannot hope to ever offer you a I greater inducement to buy even later in I the season. I $24.75 . $37.50 B Any spring dress orig-' Any spring dress orig- I 1 inally priced at $45.00. inally priced at $55.00. I $49.50 ' $57.50 I Any spring dress orig- Any spring dress orig- q I , inally priced at $70.00. i inally priced at $80.00. IAS U PASSES TESTS Only Three of the Weber County Samples Fail to Meet Requirements The first reports from tests of milk which have been obtained from sam ples gathered from dairies in Weber county in a campaign which is now going on with a vlow of raising the standard of milk products here, wcro received yesterday morning from S...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 16 May 1920

H : OGDEN CITYTUTAH. SUNDAY MORNING - ; ' ' - ' . . H f a : - JSFF Fol lowed Instructiorts.at That --mf bYou Can't Kid a Policeman Mexico Any More Than in MewNbrl l I ATjepp v-'E'Re wi.5rrop this .' ' .. ; We aimt gonu &jV . Bt wG vX k FffiTow Don't focY 1 1 H oNft-b . THAT V-,; HOW CN.v rp -CANTVOO SB' (v - ' 1 I . ito ' . : -- 4 i;:;:(o lS cent, worth " ' RP0N'sm r Arv A ;'- ; I vi,"A' J- optwo-CEIhT Bur. what ARC" " J '' HAR 1 HAR ; ' ?ouCAH , J V.j ' 1 ' o look, whkt '''''f" j ' I

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 16 May 1920

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 16 May 1920

m f 1 nCTMMgM; I f" " 1-: ; AV --I I --s, - I . : ? vl j . - f " , r , I feA, o.o.-o .0. a. ' HERE HE IS -TfiaV 0 J REMEMBER.,HAN- c A AC V c 4 , X A ; 0 0 0 4 V l CROWN-PRlNCE ! NOW o 5 a UNDFRITZ-NO DV AA M 1 . f v. ,.-,.o0o a c LCOMEA YOU BOYS CAN GO AND.A 0 rl ije"o I (fWW ' ' H : CNOW . MIS HIGHNESS : ' i lt KXl E,PRCNCE-YtSil ' - v '7 1 Uook up-; Td5X') V earm t'ings W ; ; MALLfyrS? ljke it much betters 7i A T: N0W JKffl : ; awful quick.' fv ; , ; t : it5 called- paddle , J : JU BSaf ' WWAU l?5 :i '! ! DER. LEMON OH 11 1 I ) 'f , i i " i "i J '. " " ' ' ' " '"i ' "n "i i ' i " li'ir V i ' - I'Ti'T " 1 ' ' z 11 f11" 11 ' 1 " Di-iiinn- n .. ' '" -iii - i n- i ff Ir 1 : l- ' i : : : : : : : I IfiP you don't AT : : yDTP ' I OuDU(?oor feller'A : ; , j , i you a little worried yJnhJ UNDERSTAND DERA. : : Mit-YOURPA t-n , . A0OUT DER CAMEi Ivnf.p 7-H Game, prince, Dont) ; some day Alead oAJUUy princes poaj't (come now v he want6 to PW RM-) 7 BEAFRAltX TO . I AVOOR HWPS1 1 OLD SPO RTjn...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 16 May 1920

L. - SOCIETY f Olf l(YiVf$1f T tfll'tf fllhr llf'tYV'dVr FEATURES t . AUTOMOBILES 1 J 1 I r L I iiiiiril I ll I 1 Hll I 1 lfUV 7 1 iM 11111111 MARKETS H SPORTS C V XLL CXVII I'IIIA V CLASSIFIED M SECOND SECTION OGDEN CITY, UTAH SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 16, 1920. " PRICE FIVE CENTS 1 I HERE AND THERE IN THE WHIRLToF SOCIETY'; I I SWEET GIRL GRADUATE SOON OCCUPIES LIMELIGHT HERE I Deaf and Blind School Annual Fete on Friday How Afflicted Rise From Life of Loneliness to Happy Service Told Sfc-j "The story of the Deaf" is the title of the, pageant to be presented by the students of the Utah School for tho Deaf and Blind on tho south campus of tho school, commencing at 3.a0 o'clock next Friday evening. For many, ycara the May festlv.il of the state Institution has been an in teresting spring event in Utah. Supcr - 9 intendent F. M. Drlggs says this year's ovent will perhaps be the most inter- j cstlng in the school's history. , . The pageant will be presented at f fr' Liberty park in Salt Lak...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 16 May 1920

Society I Fourteen of the young friends of Fayella G. Spencor gathered at the homo of her mother, Mrs. E. T. Spen cer, laat Monday afternoon, for tne purpose of celebrating hor sixth blrlh day. The ufternoon was apent with I various games. Rofreohmenta wore I served, with the tabloB docorated In , pink and white. Mrs. Spencor was us ; slstad by her alater, Mra. A. L. Ander son of Mldvale, Utah; Mloa Mary Rich and Spencor Walker. Thoao present ' were: Mlasoa Marlon Choeiimun, ' Charleno Scowcroft, Ruth Roblunon, Mary Walker, Marjorlo Andoraon, Vir ginia Soderberff, Boatrlco Drown, Elizabeth Tomllnnon, Adolo Whltlock; Masters Louln Poory, Paul Qoddurd, Gene Ooddard, Fred Potoraon and Blllle Brown. ... I I Mrs. . N, Clyde Fulton entertained Wednesday afternoon at her homo, 24GG Jefferson avenue, In honor of hor sister, Mrs. Annea Rowland, who leaves with her two children In Iho near future for Loa Angeles, Cal , whore she will meet her husband. Mr. and Mrs. Rowland will make their home...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 16 May 1920

. THE QGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY, MAY 16, J 920. g Salt Lake Society I SALT LAKE, May 15, Members of the bridal party of Miss Stella Devlnc and Nell O'Donncll, who were mar ried Wednesday and other friends, were entertained at a dancing- party and lato supper last Monday by Paul Devlne at the Devlnc home on East Sixth South Street. A pink and white Idea was carried out in the house decorations, rink and whit- snapdragons, marguerites and pink carnations developed In pretty scheme. The chandeliers were fes tooned with asparagus fern studded with pink and white daisies snapdragons-and daisies were used on the sup per table. I Assisting the host were Mrs, James Devine, Mrs. Willie- Jcwkes and Mrs. EBjr G. O'Donnell. About forty guests were In attendance. Miss T-aKue entertained at . a. sup jgr1 per Wednesday evening at her homo on Center street, in honor of Miss Jetta Gill, a bride of next month. The supper table had a centerpiece a largo bowl of pink butterfly s'weet peas and was...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 16 May 1920

H 4 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY, MAY T6, 1920. .H Ij CLUB Calendar I Mombers o tho Brothorhood o American Ycomon, No. .1505, ontor tained Friday evening at a card party J In tho W?Q. W. hall. . Mrs. Byrd Glsh will entertain tho members of the' Five Hundred club Thursday afternoon at her homo, 215S Ecclea' avenue,, . 1 Mrs. Allco Nalsbltt . entertained the members of tho C. E. O. club "Wednes day afternoon at her homo. 264S Grant avenue.' Games wero played, wlt,h tho prizes being awarded to Mrs. M. E. Tcsh and- Mrs. Nora Hawkins. Music i and danclug ,were also enjoyed. A j dainty luncheon was served to the I members by the "hostess. Roses wero I used for docoratlons throughout tho home, whllo a largo bowl filled with roses centered tho dining room table. The next meoting of the club will bo at tho home of Mrs. .Ellnora Coucn, 135 Doxey avenue, "-on Wednesday, May 13. Tho mooting will open at 2.30 o'clock, i Membern of tho Ogden chapter of the Service Star Legion will meet on ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 16 May 1920

- m ' i. -'t' ; - - " Many Folds ' impPk " - 5 , " v;, VI ver Satin of - ..rtijffV l- ' "V7HETHER your. evening govm shan be long or jv , i' ' W' 8bort dePends ""P.011 your own choice. Your ' r. f-""''py" n oholce, I hope, will be governed by the consld- "v ' f ration , of eultablllty to the occasion. Both long and ' - v" ehort gowns are suitable for a dinner or even a dinner. ; dance. But those women who have the gift of the -' -.'! French, an absolute Instinct as to suitability of tho aff '-'JNh dr(?SS t0 tb occaslon' do not solct Sown with a long ? Sl'.V C traIn for the theatre nor for tho opera; nor for any occa- -fe l0D-aS a WeddInE: or vefy largo reception, where there m r.j t. 10 surf "to be a crush. The reason is simple. Tho long " gown "Is in tho way and -Is subject to embarrassing '-v'?;. accidents. V4. Into this question of suitability enters the considera- "-.)' tIon age. To tho woman of taste age Is a factor. "It It is not smart to talk of age. Smart -folk ignore it, In...

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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 16 May 1920

I; -Skkgt The Ogden Standard-Examiner fei I I iPtWIl 1 AUTOMOBILE SECTION j'PPUl I I SHIP BY TRUCK WEEK MAY 17 TO MAY 27 I Ii Truck Caravan From Salt Lake to Boise in Ogden Tomorrow I In an extended trip through north ern Utah and southern Idaho, man tfecr AV. B. Jenkins of the '"Ship By Truck" bureau of iho Firestone Rub ber company .and chairman of the committee having: In charge the Truck Train which will iravel from Salt L.alco to Boise this week has completed ar- mgements' for the event. lie is en thusiastic over the outlook for the .demonstration and predicts that It will be second to none in the United States. Truck dealers and owners in the two' states are- much interested in the movement, Mr. Jenkins say, I i md no pains will be spared to make ii: x great success. Details for the trip! hae been completed and avery-j hing is ready for the drive which i starts tomorrow. The train will reach I ,Ogdcn at about 3 o'clcok in the after- j ttoon and will camp here for the night. ! ...

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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 16 May 1920

PROMOTE EASE ON All THIP $ Many Make Ready for Visit to Canyons and Beauty 3 Spots of West i: v Notwithstanding the comparative .J carllncss of the real season for toura,- j many automobile enthusiasts vho fj contemplate a great round of pleas- H uro In trips to nearby canyons and beauty spots of the surrounding- tor-' " litory, have already begun to prepare, jjg, j according to Lawrence Tatson of the K,j Checsman Automobile company. m2i "It wasn't so many years ago." said Mr. Watson, "when you'd see a motor-! merged beneath the camping equip ment1 he had piled on his uncom plaining . vehicle. Everything, from grand piano to tooth brush was thero making the faithful chugg-wagon look like moving In Pumpkin Center. P'ar be it from me to even siigsest that Jail these things weren't necessary and very convenient to take along, but they would seem a whole lot out of date piled on In the old way if you uhould see them today. "Just as the automobile itself has improved fro myear to year, s...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 16 May 1920

I Bicycle in Greater Use Now Than Ever 1 Before Dealers Say I, Standard-Examiner, i)ear sir: In your Issuo of May C, 1920, you prlntod an editorial under the head ing "Bicycle Is losing out" The sum and substance of your editorial was a quotation ot an article you had read In Scrlber'a magazine giving a com parison oC the popularity of the bi cycle during the present day and 25 years ago. You mentioned in this editorial that years ago everybody J'odo bicycles, the young and the old, Jho fat and the lean, etc., and so on; that they rode blcycleB for pleasure, and pastime, that they used to take 1 ,.ln. m.f Inln thA nntlotf.' 1 rwl "that they used to hold road races on iDecoratlon day. In Ogden every year there was a road race from town J to tho Hot Springs. Back 25 years ago. If you will but recall, the population of our grand and glorious America was not what it Is today. You did not have as many boys as you have today, and you did not have as many men, women and children, as wc hav...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 16 May 1920

THE OuDLa MsbARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY, MAY 16, 1920. 9 HEAR MARSHALL ON ROAD POLICY I Vice President Tells Aims ofj Federal Government on Future Aid WASHINGTON, D. C., May 15. In connection with the hearings before the senate postofflce and postroads committee on a goodly number of high way bills, the comments of Vice Pres ident Thomas R. Marshall at Hot Springs, Ark., are regarded as heghly significant coming from the former governor of a northern state. The ad dross was delivered at the big joint convention of the United Stales good, roads association and banlchead high-j I way, held at the Arkansas resort, and attended by several thousand delegates mostly, of course, from southern states Tho vice president of the United States was the chief speaker of the gathering, and he thus made pointed roferenco to federal participation in highways improvement: May Be Killing Initiative. i "While I feel that tho general gov-i eminent, by its benefactions to the et- i several states, is usurping ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 16 May 1920

10 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY, MAY 16, 1920. . H I i?ie Stars Will Do Battle Here Decoration Day I IjEALEBS ISSUE PLANS FOR BIG CLASSIC Two Races Will Be on Card With Prizes for Both Classes Youths of Ogden will hold the at tention of the sport fans on Monday, May 31. Bike 6tars of the classy type will be on deck that day for what, gives promise of being: one of the greatest sport features ever staged In the city. The cycle dealers of the city. Includ ing Armstrong Sport Goods Co., Brown.g Brothers, George A. Lowe, Proudfit Sport Goods Co., H. C. Han K sen Co., Ogden Welding Co., and Wal ter Chiltol have completed arrange ments for the big classic and the bike stars from 12 years of age to 21 years ot age are now in training for the races. Two races will be on the card. The first event will be. for bike riders from 18 to 21 years of age' and -will carry prizes of $25 cash for first, $15 for1 second and $10 for third. I In the second class riders under IS years of age will c...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 16 May 1920

V California "U" Will Enter Classy Athletes In Trials I Hey Fans! Pipe The Speed Administered In Pictures These pictures .weren't posed. They are real action pic tures snapped by the swift working camera. He caught the ball "dead" in all three pictures. And to prove that they weren't posed look at the pictures below. That's where these enlargements come from. H . ROGER Vi K sERT SHOTTON W Kg ' HORNS DY WkhJ 'J&"k IIQIEO SHOOTER i v : IKS H SUBJECT! , ' ' ! : .- Acl Topperwein, Noted Star, Gives Fans First Rate Information ijjfj By AD TOPIKT:.WJ3TX. fov Do you really use your sight when grj shooting at flying targets with the S"l rifle? . I have been asked this question a tfcJ thousand times. XL I have answered the question a! Ljrv.. thousand times by saying that I posi-i jR' ' tlvely do. j IHjJV A great many people who follow tho Mr- shooting' game are under the imprcs-. 31 sion that it is utterly impossible for! K a shooter, no manor how expert he1 Hn may be to actually "catch ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 16 May 1920

I CHAPTER VII. (Continued) WW fi Gamekeeper Had to Tell. "rID you think aho was I J dead?" he asked. "After the first moment I knowed as she was dead." "Did you feel her heart to Bee if It was beating?" The keeper shook hlB head. "I did not touch her. I could not touch her. I was afraid. All I could do was to so and tell Sir Ralph. And after I had gone from the house the Summer-house, I mean I could not believe as I could have seen right. I thought It inust have been a dream, like a ghost or something. I had to go back, after I'd come out into the main path, and go up this little path again and open the door and 1 r r 1- in n rrn In Vv n f r i-a T r sm A V i- 1 ai'a It. I did that, and then I went up to, the house and called Sir Ralph." "You're pretty well accustomed to seeing dead things. Why should you have been so frightened?" " 'Twasn't exactly frightened I was, so much as afraid, if you can see the difference," LIvesay said. "Besides, there's a difference be tween pheasants and...

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